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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday April 15, 2016

US, India, Saudi Arabia, Migration, Europe, NATO, UK, EU, Globalization, Trade, Tunisia, Ukraine, Russia, Defense, Digital

US - The Once and Future Superpower. Why China Won’t Overtake the United States, Stephen G. Brooks and William C. Wohlforth, Foreign Affairs
Carter Visit Another Step Forward for U.S.-India Strategic Relations, Richard M. Rossow, CSIS
India-U.S. Defense Partnership: Making Haste, Slowly, C. Raja Mohan, The Indian Express
US/Saudi Arabia
Mr. Obama goes to Riyadh: Why the United States and Saudi Arabia still need each other, Bruce Riedel, Brookings
Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States, Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova, Migration Policy Institute
The United States is riding Europe’s superpower coattails, Andrew Moravcsik, Washington Post
The Future of Schengen, ECFR
NATO Needs Deterrence and Dialogue, Claudia Major and Jeffrey Rathke, SWP
Europe after Brexit. Unleashed or undone? Ian Bond, Sophia Besch, Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Rem Korteweg, Camino Mortera-Martinez and Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
Globalization -
Globalisation is changing, not going into reverse, Minouche Shafik, Financial Times
Trade -
How an activist approach on trade could stimulate global demand, Roberto Azevêdo, Financial Times
Tunisia -
Between Peril and Promise. A New Framework for Partnership With Tunisia, Marwan Muasher, Marc Pierini, and Alexander Djerassi, Carnegie Endowment
Ukraine -
The West’s Response to the Ukraine Conflict: A Transatlantic Success Story, Ulrich Speck, Transatlantic Academy
Ukraine/Russia -
What Minsk Means, Lilia Shevtsova, American Interest
Defense -
Emerging powers and their all-too-secret arms, Katherine Dixon, Financial Times
Digital -
Cybersecurity – The National Security Issue No One Is Talking About, Anne-Marie Slaughter and Elizabeth Weingarten, Time

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